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- Play all your favorite Nintendo games again in 720p HD ( NO GAMES INCLUDED ).
- Comes with two high quality controllers, HDMI cable, audio video cable & ac adapter.
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- Must clean your games with rubbing alcohol and cotton swab or system will not be able to read your games.
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Gamerz Tek 8-Bit HD Entertainment System, NES clone console, relive those childhood memories and play all you favorite Nintendo games again in HD 720p. Comes with two controllers, HDMI cable, audio video cable & ac adapter.
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Having also owned the Retron5, AVS, and the Analogue NT - I can tell you with 99.9% certainty that the video is 480 upscaled to 720. I figured that something was up when it was originally listed as 480 and then switched to 720. Is it a BAD thing? No, not really. The video quality is good and certainly better than hooking up a system with composite or RF cables.
One last issue is the sound emulation - most games sound good, and others...well, they're so bad they leave the game unplayable. (Castlevana 2 & 3 as examples)
Is it a great deal for the price? I think so. I would say buy this as a cheap alternative to the AVS or A-NT.
Saw some YouTube reviews on this and they seemed to be good, so I was watching this one as soon as it was available to buy.
I'd have to say for the money and the quality it's pretty good. I'm not really into the up converting specs, I just want it too look and play good.
Definitely way better than using a composite cable converter to HDMI as I've used in the past with my first NES and the other NES clone console I have.
Pretty much every game I have worked except for one. Life Force didn't work, but it works on my other consoles. However, I bought another copy of Life Force and it played fine.
Other than that, this is a good buy, Also, I can use my 8bitdo NES30 controller to play wireless.
Some lesser problems: it's really hard to get your games in/out of the system; it weighs practically nothing, so it feels like you're going to break it every time you change games; a lot of the sound effects are wrong and it's really distracting.
On the plus side, it was inexpensive, it (eventually) played all the games I tried, it was very small, and the controllers worked great. Not enough pluses for me to keep it though--I returned it a few days after purchasing.
-Video upscaling to 4K is ok. I'm using an LG OLED65B6P late 2016 panel. A lot has to do with the TV processing and cleaning up the signal. To say the least it's passable but far from the quality of a Nes Classic, a Retropie, or a RetroUSB AVS.
-The Device accepts ANY old NES controllers with ease. It's nice that they have also included some OK at best controllers in the box. They actually play well, just feel light and kinda hollow and light.
-Everything you need is in the box, and there's even an included HDMI cable to get started. That's pretty nice.
The system is pretty well built feeling, its compact, and the cartridge slot doesn't grab too tightly for it being a top loader.
Instructions explain everything out of the box, and are easy to understand.
-The company backing the device stands by it's warranty and I hear the customer support is legendary.
-This thing has a serious problem with audio playback with some carts. Notable Castlevanias, MegaMan2, SpyVsSpy, Journey to Silius, etc. In some cases the game audio is so torn up and mis-handled by the unit, it makes the games seriously unplayable. I'm noticing this with newer titled cartridges that are usually uncommon titles. Its PRETTY bad, and is one of the reasons why I dropped the score 2 stars.
-Reproduction carts, and some of the new PCB styles crash horribly. I have a good collection of Repro carts from Sweet Home, River City Ransom 2, Splatterhouse, New Ghostbusters 2, Summer Carnival 92, and Crisis Force. The system will boot some of these titles, others it just will fail miserably. While this is not a HUGE deal, my toaster NES and AVS play these games flawlessly. I can only guess why this happening.
-There's no updating the system for firmware, or being able to do anything else other than a Nintendo clone. Again, not a huge deal, but it would be nice if there was a way to increase compatibility with specific carts, fix audio playback, and maybe add on other features.
REVIEW UPDATE 02092017 : If you use a Game Genie with repro carts, it seems to improve stability of some repro carts and audio issues. It MUST be a proper OG Game Genie, top or front slot loader unit.
Overall, it's a good go-to Nes game player on the cheap that will get your games in semi-crisp digital glory up on your HDMI monitor. It's not perfect with rendering audio with a good 20-40% of the NES library, but it generally gets the job done. I could see this being a useful device with travelling to shows, or coming over to a friend's house for game night. Just don't bring any incompatible games with it, and you'll be fine. Is it worth the price? Well you get what you pay for. It's ALL IN THE BOX, and again generally does it's job, just not that great. The bigger problem is the wanting for it to be MORE than what it is. Only if this thing had it's problems fixed, it would literally fly off the shelf, and be in every NES collector's media centers. For the meantime, the RetroUSB makes this thing look stupid. Hate to say it, the 8-Bit HD Entertainment System could have been a contender! Pictured below are times when I hucked my controller at the ground for it constantly locking up on some Repro titles, and pixel accuracy on a 4K Oled panel.